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53. I love your first sentence: NY Times is sticking a fork in Hillary and Bills
Sun Jan 10, 2016, 11:37 PM
Jan 2016

electability argument. Wow. Awsome that they did. Maybe someone at the NY Times figured it was time they start eating their vegies.

So... tecelote Jan 2016 #1
Bernie addressed this last night, at the rally in Des Moines, IA LongTomH Jan 2016 #2
Independents make up 43% in_cog_ni_to Jan 2016 #3
the Dems decided to burn the party down for the insurance money MisterP Jan 2016 #5
So, that leaves us with the heartening chore of building it up and back into a Big Tent. libdem4life Jan 2016 #6
It's been a century and a half greiner3 Jan 2016 #80
"Big Tent" is OK, bvar22 Jan 2016 #83
It's sad what the party has become. in_cog_ni_to Jan 2016 #8
"It's sad what the party has become." Elmer S. E. Dump Jan 2016 #13
Let's hope it's enough. libdem4life Jan 2016 #81
You got it! JDPriestly Jan 2016 #9
Couldn't agree more. bvf Jan 2016 #17
Add to the 43 perc of Indy vote the 25 perc of the Obama voters who won't show for Hillary leveymg Jan 2016 #48
Which means more war and economic ruin. Enthusiast Jan 2016 #50
That's a great way of putting it cprise Jan 2016 #56
rebuild it from the ground up SoLeftIAmRight Jan 2016 #82
For sure Old Codger Jan 2016 #19
thank you NJCher Jan 2016 #25
Regardless Old Codger Jan 2016 #26
yep NJCher Jan 2016 #36
Yep Old Codger Jan 2016 #37
Same Here gordyfl Jan 2016 #55
Not a one Old Codger Jan 2016 #67
THANK YOU! SammyWinstonJack Jan 2016 #65
PLUS ONE, a huge bunch! Enthusiast Jan 2016 #46
With Bernie the Democrats have a good chance for a landslide election win, with Hillary A Simple Game Jan 2016 #62
I have been predicting humbled_opinion Jan 2016 #68
That's a really nice sigline you've got. delrem Jan 2016 #87
Thank you, delrem! in_cog_ni_to Jan 2016 #91
Nonetheless, the Democratic Party apparently would rather risk losing the general merrily Jan 2016 #4
It will be interesting to see how the DNC reacts to this. senz Jan 2016 #28
My guess: it will continue down the same course it has been hell bent on for years. merrily Jan 2016 #33
I share that impression. Enthusiast Jan 2016 #47
Where in Upstate NY? RoccoR5955 Jan 2016 #7
Hudson Valley? ejbr Jan 2016 #10
I don't get around Fishkill much. RoccoR5955 Jan 2016 #15
I actually commute to Kingston ejbr Jan 2016 #16
Fishkill Blue?!?! RoccoR5955 Jan 2016 #23
Well, local politics is not my forte ejbr Jan 2016 #24
You should know that RoccoR5955 Jan 2016 #74
I live in Cornwall and I pretty much see the same thing Victor_c3 Jan 2016 #70
Capital Region Green Forest Jan 2016 #86
Thanks for posting this, Green Forest. bvf Jan 2016 #11
K&R MissDeeds Jan 2016 #12
They used to talk about the enthusiasm factor which drove the Obama campaign. Spitfire of ATJ Jan 2016 #14
What a beautiful thought: even more enthusiasm for Bernie. senz Jan 2016 #29
You got it. I am an Obama Mama who volunteered in Iowa in 2007-2008. Now I am a Woman For Bernie! Green Forest Jan 2016 #85
I'm going to caucus for Bernie here in Nevada. Spitfire of ATJ Jan 2016 #88
That's wonderful! My brother and sister-in-law are doing the same. Green Forest Jan 2016 #89
Winchester area. Spitfire of ATJ Jan 2016 #90
Do you think there will be any adverse effect on pro-Bernie caucusing from Harry Reid's pro-Clinton political machine? Green Forest Jan 2016 #92
I picture people being brought in to make her side look bigger.... Spitfire of ATJ Jan 2016 #93
I love caucuses. It is democracy in a pure form, about as close to grassroots as one can get. Green Forest Jan 2016 #94
HUGE K & R !!! - Thank You !!! WillyT Jan 2016 #18
This message was self-deleted by its author Amimnoch Jan 2016 #20
K & R AzDar Jan 2016 #21
Riddle me this... jmowreader Jan 2016 #22
I just really don't think that's an issue NJCher Jan 2016 #30
The people who would register to vote against him don't care about Wall Street jmowreader Jan 2016 #34
There may be a "lot" of people in America who NorthCarolina Jan 2016 #75
Times have changed. JackRiddler Jan 2016 #38
agreed NJCher Jan 2016 #42
None. smokey nj Jan 2016 #43
Bernie's been working his ass off and deserves this but senz Jan 2016 #27
Mrs. Clinton has reached her high-water mark for 2016 before the first vote is cast Jack Rabbit Jan 2016 #31
Oh my, she's been stuck at this level for 1000 years!? JackRiddler Jan 2016 #39
That's right, and she turned me into a Cnute. But it got better. Jack Rabbit Jan 2016 #44
Here in New Orleans I've seen nothing but Bernie stickers here. Katashi_itto Jan 2016 #32
Bernie's my guy zentrum Jan 2016 #35
Psychic Warns Hillary Clinton of "Horrible Berning in 2016" LS_Editor Jan 2016 #40
Kicked and recommended. Uncle Joe Jan 2016 #41
"In both states" Recursion Jan 2016 #45
Kicked and recommended! Enthusiast Jan 2016 #49
Great News! I feel the same in that the Bernie support is underground to a large extent because so Gmak Jan 2016 #51
Yay! ViseGrip Jan 2016 #52
I love your first sentence: NY Times is sticking a fork in Hillary and Bills Duckfan Jan 2016 #53
It doesn't take a genius to realize HRC would be our most UN-electable candidate in quite some time. Still In Wisconsin Jan 2016 #54
When she loses Iowa and New Hampshire the inevitability bubble gets popped A Simple Game Jan 2016 #66
Exactly, just like 2008. She was "inevitable" then too. Fact is HRC is just plain shit. n/t Still In Wisconsin Jan 2016 #73
The only thing about Hillary is she is better than nothing, throw in another option A Simple Game Jan 2016 #78
Exactly... Hillary is like a stale peanut butter sandwich... better than nothing if you're starving- Still In Wisconsin Jan 2016 #84
Yes, the time has come for the newspapers to reconnect to reality. Betty Karlson Jan 2016 #57
NYTimes pops Hillary's "inevitability" bubble. *poof* 99th_Monkey Jan 2016 #58
Nail In Hillarys Coffin? billhicks76 Jan 2016 #59
This is truly quite an achievement. democrank Jan 2016 #60
Without their support??? Helen Borg Jan 2016 #61
DESPITE constant opposition by such leaders. AlbertCat Jan 2016 #76
He and his supporters are amazing! Helen Borg Jan 2016 #77
A General Election with Both Candidates perceived by the Voters with Character Issues? andrewv1 Jan 2016 #63
Kick and R BeanMusical Jan 2016 #64
I really hope that eventually the DNC will take notice of the fact that Bernie outperforms Hillary.. n8dogg83 Jan 2016 #69
I can't find one reason to vote for a candiate that the majority of Americans don't trust.... raindaddy Jan 2016 #71
So far Iwillnevergiveup Jan 2016 #72
Damn Right! Rider3 Jan 2016 #79
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